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Descartes: An Introduction

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Ross Burman: Descartes: An Introduction

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Rene Descartes has often been described…

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Descartes left the army and returned to Paris…

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Introduction to Discourse on the Method

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Discourse on the Method

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'I esteemed eloquence highly.'

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'It is true, however, that it is not customary…'

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'But the chief ground of my satisfaction with this method…'

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'Having thus provided myself with these maxims…'

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'After this, I inquired in general…'

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Introduction to Meditations on the First Philosophy

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Meditation I - Of the Things which We May Doubt

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'Let us suppose, then, that we are dreaming…'

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'Nevertheless, the belief that there is a God…'

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Introduction to Meditation II

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Meditation II – Of the Nature of the Human Mind

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'What then did I formerly think I was?'

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'The question now arises, am I aught besides?'

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'From this I begin to know what I am…'

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'But meanwhile, I feel greatly astonished…'

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Introduction to Meditation III

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Meditation III – Of God: That He Exists

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'But when I considered any matter in arithmetic…'

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'What I have here principally to do…'

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'Now it is manifest by the natural light…'

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'But among these my ideas…'

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'There only remains, therefore, the idea of God…'

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'Yet, on looking more closely into the matter…'

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'All that is here required therefore…'

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'There remains only the inquiry as to the way…'

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Introduction to Meditation IV

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Meditation IV – Of Truth and Error

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'And there would remain no doubt on this head…'

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'Considering this more attentively…'

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'From all this I discover, however…'

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'And finally, I ought not also to complain…'

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Introduction to Meditation V

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Meditation V – Of Material Things

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'But now, if because I can draw from my thought…'

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'But indeed, whatever mode of probation I in the end adopt…'

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Introduction to Meditation VI

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Meditation VI – Of the Existence of Material Things

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'But I am accustomed to imagine many other objects…'

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'But afterward, a wide experience by degrees…'

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'Moreover, I find in myself diverse faculties of thinking…'

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'Besides this, nature teaches me that my own body…'

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'But I have already sufficiently considered how it happens…'

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'To commence this examination accordingly…'

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'Whence it is quite manifest…'

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Introduction to Principles of Philosophy

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Principles of Philosophy (Selections)

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Why we may doubt of sensible things.

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Why we may also doubt of mathematical demonstrations.

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That we possess a free will.

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That we cannot doubt of our existence…

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That we hence discover the distinction…

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How we can know our mind more clearly than our body.

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How it happens that every one does not come…

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In what sense the knowledge of other things…

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That we may validly infer the existence of God…

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That necessary existence is not in the same way comprised…

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That we are not the cause of ourselves…

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That God is not corporeal…

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That in passing from the knowledge of God…

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That we must believe all that God has revealed…

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That we must examine…

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That God is not the cause of our errors.

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That, consequently, all which we clearly perceive…

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That our errors are, in respect of God…

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That there are only two modes of thinking in us…

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That we never err, unless…

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That the will, as well as the understanding…

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That the will is of greater extension…

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That our errors cannot be imputed to God.

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That the chief perfection of man…

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That the liberty of our will is self-evident.

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That it is likewise certain that God…

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How the freedom of our will may be reconciled…

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How, although we never will to err…

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That we shall never err…

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What constitutes clear and distinct perception.

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It is shown from the example of pain…

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That to correct the prejudices of our early years…

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What substance is…

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That the term 'substance'…

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That of every substance there is one principal attribute…

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The grounds on which the existence of material things…

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That the perceptions of the senses…

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That the nature of body…

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That the truth regarding the nature of body…

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How thought and extension may be distinctly known…

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How these may be likewise distinctly conceived…

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What are modes…

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How our sensations, affections…

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That we are frequently deceived in our judgements…

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How in these things…

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That magnitude, figure and so on…

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That we may judge of sensible things…

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That the chief cause of our errors…

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That the second cause of our errors…

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The third cause is…

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The fourth source of our errors is…

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Summary of what must be observed…

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That we ought to prefer the Divine authority…

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That, however, I submit all my opinions…

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Ross Burman: Descartes: An Introduction

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  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Rene Descartes has often been described…

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Descartes left the army and returned to Paris…

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Introduction to Discourse on the Method

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Discourse on the Method

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'I esteemed eloquence highly.'

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'It is true, however, that it is not customary…'

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'But the chief ground of my satisfaction with this method…'

5:17
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'Having thus provided myself with these maxims…'

5:55
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'After this, I inquired in general…'

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Introduction to Meditations on the First Philosophy

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Meditation I - Of the Things which We May Doubt

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'Let us suppose, then, that we are dreaming…'

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'Nevertheless, the belief that there is a God…'

7:19
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Introduction to Meditation II

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Meditation II – Of the Nature of the Human Mind

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'What then did I formerly think I was?'

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'The question now arises, am I aught besides?'

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'From this I begin to know what I am…'

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'But meanwhile, I feel greatly astonished…'

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Introduction to Meditation III

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Meditation III – Of God: That He Exists

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'But when I considered any matter in arithmetic…'

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'What I have here principally to do…'

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'Now it is manifest by the natural light…'

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'But among these my ideas…'

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'There only remains, therefore, the idea of God…'

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'Yet, on looking more closely into the matter…'

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'All that is here required therefore…'

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'There remains only the inquiry as to the way…'

4:13
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Introduction to Meditation IV

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Meditation IV – Of Truth and Error

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'And there would remain no doubt on this head…'

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'Considering this more attentively…'

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'From all this I discover, however…'

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'And finally, I ought not also to complain…'

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Introduction to Meditation V

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Meditation V – Of Material Things

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'But now, if because I can draw from my thought…'

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'But indeed, whatever mode of probation I in the end adopt…'

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Introduction to Meditation VI

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Meditation VI – Of the Existence of Material Things

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'But I am accustomed to imagine many other objects…'

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'But afterward, a wide experience by degrees…'

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'Moreover, I find in myself diverse faculties of thinking…'

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'Besides this, nature teaches me that my own body…'

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'But I have already sufficiently considered how it happens…'

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'To commence this examination accordingly…'

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'Whence it is quite manifest…'

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Introduction to Principles of Philosophy

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Principles of Philosophy (Selections)

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Why we may doubt of sensible things.

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Why we may also doubt of mathematical demonstrations.

1:22
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That we possess a free will.

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That we cannot doubt of our existence…

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That we hence discover the distinction…

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How we can know our mind more clearly than our body.

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How it happens that every one does not come…

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In what sense the knowledge of other things…

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That we may validly infer the existence of God…

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That necessary existence is not in the same way comprised…

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That we are not the cause of ourselves…

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That God is not corporeal…

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That in passing from the knowledge of God…

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That we must believe all that God has revealed…

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That we must examine…

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That God is not the cause of our errors.

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That, consequently, all which we clearly perceive…

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That our errors are, in respect of God…

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That there are only two modes of thinking in us…

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That we never err, unless…

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That the will, as well as the understanding…

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That the will is of greater extension…

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That our errors cannot be imputed to God.

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That the chief perfection of man…

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That the liberty of our will is self-evident.

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That it is likewise certain that God…

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How the freedom of our will may be reconciled…

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How, although we never will to err…

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That we shall never err…

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What constitutes clear and distinct perception.

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It is shown from the example of pain…

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That to correct the prejudices of our early years…

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What substance is…

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That the term 'substance'…

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That of every substance there is one principal attribute…

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How we may have clear and distinct notions…

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The grounds on which the existence of material things…

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How we likewise know that the human body…

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That the perceptions of the senses…

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That the nature of body…

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That the truth regarding the nature of body…

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How thought and extension may be distinctly known…

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How these may be likewise distinctly conceived…

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What are modes…

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How our sensations, affections…

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That we are frequently deceived in our judgements…

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How in these things…

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That magnitude, figure and so on…

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That we may judge of sensible things…

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That the chief cause of our errors…

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That the second cause of our errors…

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The third cause is…

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The fourth source of our errors is…

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Summary of what must be observed…

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That we ought to prefer the Divine authority…

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That, however, I submit all my opinions…

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